Lake Nakuru National Park Safari offers an extraordinary experience with flamingos and other birds, a sanctuary of Black Rhinos and other large animals and picturesque sceneries. Lake Nakuru National Park has become the first National Park in Africa to be branded as an Important Bird Area (IBA). It is famous for its population of up to 1.5 million non-breeding Lesser Flamingo, and a variety of terrestrial birds numbering about 450 species in total. However, it is best known for its thousands, sometimes millions of flamingos nesting along the shores. The flock of flamingos often make the shore unrecognizable due to the continually shifting mass of pink.
With Aberdare National Park Safari, tourists explore black elephants on waterholes and Sunbirds and 250 more other species birds on a unique view from tree tops. Aberdare National Park specialties include the treetop accommodation which will enable visitors to view animals from above at any time of the day. The park is famous for its tree-house hotels – Treetops and The Ark. With designed walkways raised into the forest canopy, visitors can watch animals from a unique vantage point.
In a Shaba National Reserve Safari, tourists enjoy a more dramatic safari adventure with the historical significance of the park. Shaba National Reserve was made famous by Joy Adamson and the lioness Elsa, subjects of the 1966 film Born Free. Joy was the famous naturalist, artist, and author best known for her book, Born Free, which describes her experiences raising a lion cub named Elsa. In January 1980, Adamson was murdered in the reserve. A monument was made in honor of Joy Adamson.
With a Nairobi National Park Safari, one can hop from a busy city life, through a traffic jam, and onto a pure jungle experience! Nairobi National Park is the only wildlife park in the world that is so close to the city. It houses the Ivory Burning Site Monument, a memorial plate refering to the burning of an ivory stock worth Kshs. 60 million by the former President Daniel Arap Moi to reinforce Kenyan commitment to fight elephant and rhino poaching and implement the ivory ban in all Africa.
The Mount Kenya National Park Safari offers a refreshing mountaineering experience through the tallest mountain in Kenya. Mount Kenya National Park, established in 1949, protects the region surrounding Mount Kenya, the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for mountaineering, walking and rock climbing in Mt. Kenya.
The Masai Mara National Reserve Safari offers the greatest experience with wildlife through one of the ten natural travel wonders of the world, The Great Migration! The Masai Mara National Reserve is famous for The Great Migration, one of the largest mammal migration in the world and also considered as one of the ten natural travel wonders of the world. Around the last quarter of the year, approximately two million species cross the Mara River to travel from the northern hills to the southern plains in pursuit of the rains. Every second quarter of the year, the animals, again, cross the Mara River to return from the southern plains to the hills. Meanwhile, every third quarter of the year is the wildebeest annual migration.
The Meru National Park Safari offers a Born Free experience as it takes one into the setting of best selling book and award winning movie about Elsa the Lioness. Meru National Park was one of the two areas in which conservationists George Adamson and Joy Adamson, who raised Elsa the Lioness made famous in the best selling book and award winning movie Born Free. Elsa the Lioness was raised and had died in Meru National Park. Elsa died when she succumbed to Babesia felis, a form of babesiosis, a blood disease somewhat similar in character to malaria, which often infects members of the cat family. Elsa the Lioness is buried in Meru National Park and part of Joy Adamson’s ashes were scattered on Elsa’s grave site.